no mr. romney, do you stand by your statement. >> arthel: so sometimes there are situations where these reporters have access to the candidate or the president for a long time and sometimes it's get in examine get out and perhaps that was one of those cases is what i think would you remember saying. >> well, there is always limited access and not everybody gets called on. >> arthel: yeah, but there is limit examined then there is time when the president may stay in there for 15, 20 minutes and then sometimes whoever the subject might be, they may come in, couple of question, you, you, and they're out. >> i got to tell you something, 15, 20 minutes doesn't mean everybody in the room will get called on and everybody will get their question. and actually, i thought it was almost a positive thing to see reporters cooperating in a sense, not being so proprietary like i've got my question, i'm not going to tell you because i want to get credit, so i can be the one on tv with my hand in the air. you know, the important thing is that we get the information.